Palm Trees

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Raffia Tie

These raffia ties are a natural and environmentally alternative to plastic garden ties. Made from strips of raffia palm tree leaves, they are robust and will keep your plants in place. They can be used to tie tomato plants to canes, runner beans to obelisks and roses to…  More Info

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Chamaerops humilis 'Vulcano'

…leaves from its short trunk. The stiff corrugated, fronds have attractive silvery undersides that catch the eye. This is a slow growing, dwarf Fan Palm with a particularly compact habit, making it ideal for smaller spaces or as a majestic conservatory plant. With maturity…  More Info

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Cordyline australis

…that contrast nicely with the dark green leaves. This dramatic, evergreen tree is perfectly hardy in milder parts of the UK, making a fine feature plant for courtyard gardens and exotic planting schemes. The Cabbage Palm is a common feature of seaside landscapes,…  More Info

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Umbrella Plant with Braided Stem

A lovely specimen houseplant for the home or office alike, this Umbrella Plant looks like a miniature exotic tree with its decoratively braided triple stem bearing a dense canopy of attractive, glossy green, palm-shaped laves. Low maintenance and easy to grow, Schefflera arboricola…  More Info

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Cordyline 'Southern Splendour'

…Splendour’ bears sword-shaped variegated leaves coloured olive green and bright pink. When mature, Cordylines develop into small, palm-like trees and make excellent focal points as container grown or border specimens and combine well with vibrantly coloured perennials.…  More Info

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House Plant Green Mix

…sun, but is equally happy in shade.* Dracaena marginata (Madagascar Dragon Tree) - Slender green leaves with a narrow red-purple edge. Enjoys a position in light shade. * Chamaedorea elegans (Parlour Palm) - A beautiful Palm with elegant light green foliage and…  More Info

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Mahonia 'Soft Caress'

…year-round interest. The flowers are also very attractive to bees. Height and spread: 1.2m (4'). Supplied in a 13cm pot. Useful links: How to plant trees and shrubs Culinary information: The ripe fruits are too acidic to eat raw but can be stewed with sugar or other fruits…  More Info

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Scandi Houseplant Collection

…(Madagascar Dragon Tree) Quite slow growing, the green leaves have a narrow red purple edge. Light shade is best, keep the soil moist at all times (but never soggy). Reasonable humidity is required with regular feeding in spring and summer. Chamaedorea palm (Parlour …  More Info

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Livistona rotundifolia 12cm Pot x 1

Commonly known as the Fan Palm for its exquisite, glossy, rounded foliage. Livistona rotundifolia is a handsome house plant with an architectural presence that brings style and elegance to a warm, bright room. The wide, palmate leaves benefit from a humid atmosphere, well away from…  More Info

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Cordyline 'Red Sensation'

Cordyline ?Red Sensation? makes the perfect focal point for coastal gardens or hot, sunny courtyards. As the years go by, the dense clump of sword-shaped foliage gradually rises upon a bare woody stem, to create a tall, tree-like appearance. The evergreen leaves are dark bronze,…  More Info

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Livistona rotundifolia in Wicker Basket

For a spectacular piece of indoor living sculpture, you can’t beat this Fan Palm. The broad, pleated leaves held aloft on slender, thorny stems make a striking architectural feature and its broad canopy of angular foliage looks especially wonderful growing in the contrasting…  More Info

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